Of course, the main focus of the newsletter will continue to be the categorized tools lists. But I like to strike a balance. As I've mentioned before, I want this to be more than just a dry roundup. I also want to ensure the quick tips are useful but not too lengthy.
- New stuff in the CSS specs
- Sass tips
- Popular libraries like React and AngularJS
If you have any ideas for quick tips you'd like to see more of, let me know by responding directly to this email. I'd love to get new ideas related to the types of technologies you're working with today.
Now on to this week's tools!
The popular web app framework is now at version 2.0.
Angular2 Webpack Starter
"An Angular 2 Webpack Starter kit featuring Angular 2 (Router, Http, Forms, Services, Tests, E2E), Karma, Protractor, Jasmine, TypeScript, and Webpack."
"A template-driven UI library, but unlike other tools that generate inert HTML, it transforms your templates into blueprints for apps that are interactive by default."
"A small and modern frontend boilerplate, enabling you to write ES6 today in production-ready projects."
"A flexible and beautiful UI framework for React.js."
Now at version 2.x. "A development framework that helps create beautiful, responsive layouts using human-friendly HTML."
"The application architecture that Facebook uses for building client-side web applications."
"Hoodie enables you to express yourself through technology by making web application development very fast, easy and accessible."
"Easy-to-learn, small, and unassuming of your application structure, but with modern features like custom tags and 2-way binding. Creating apps is easy and maintainable."
A free service that works as an API to provide details about a given URL (title, description, etc). Returns a JSON response with the needed info.
"An open source status page system, for everyone."
Better looking styles for localhost directory index (i.e. the "Index of" page).
"Create a 'Wizard of Oz' moment by pulling back the curtain to see who’s watching you on the Web."
"Elegant invoice template for web & mobile."
"The quicker way to build eCommerce applications. Inventory, cart, checkout, payments and more through a simple API."
Currently in a Kickstarter campaign. "A revolution in how you develop and manage your WordPress websites."
A Tweet for Thought
Jake Archibald publicly gushes over those who care about UX. We love you, too, Jake.
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